A half- century after his untimely death, Thomas Merton remains a spiritual guide for many people of many faiths travelling spiritual paths around the world. Merton left signs along the path for his fellow travelers, and we will examine a few of them together in this message.
This month's theme: Spiritual Pathways
Speaker: Dave Hunter
Dave Hunter is a Friend of UUTC, where he serves as one of four Facilitators for the Men’s Group and a member of the Shared Ministry Team. His past UUTC service includes membership on the Stewardship team and, for 3 years Dave served as Team Lead for Adult Religious Exploration. Dave currently serves as a member of the Board at The Center for Spiritual Wisdom. The Center promotes vibrant spiritual life in Western North Carolina to connect self with the greater community.
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